Bullying Effects Our Educational System 2
Bullying is among factors that affect the process of learning in any educational system.
Therefore, it is the question of concern that needs immediate solution as far as the educational
system is concerned. The effect has plagued in many institutions worldwide and grows within
the system itself with negative effects. The consultant’s report investigates how bullying affects
our educational system and what recommendation should be put in place to reduce incidents of
In 1999 to 2011, the state legislatures of the United States (department of education)
enacted, approximately 122 bills throughout the country that addressed the issue of bullying and
related incidents in the schools. In 2010, the state bullying laws and policies were established to
prevent the effects of bullying to the aggressors themselves, target, bystanders and the school in
general. (U.S Department of Education) An analysis by the US department of education portrays
severe and fatal effects that may be caused by bullying behavior on the educational system.
Hence, the government asked the schools to exercise the anti-bullying policies in the school
The report has used the bullying cycle, mental model, that shows how the participants of
the bullying behavior (aggressors, target, bystanders and the school) affects the educational
system from the effects they experience. Educational system entails anything to do with the
learning process or transfer knowledge from one person to another. It entails objectives, mission,
and vision, goals, school structure and system as well as the code of conduct. Bullying can have
a fatal effect and alter the meaning of the educational system. Also, the report shall give
recommendations that are deemed effective in controlling, safeguarding and reducing bullying in
the school environment, as well as, its effects on the educational system.